Yesterday’s Ash vs Evil Dead Comic-Con panel was catnip for all the gorehounds who turned out to see Bruce “El Jefe” Campbell in person—as well as Sam Raimi, Lucy Lawless, Lee Majors, Ted Raimi, Dana DeLorenzo, Ray Santiago and Rob Tapert. Most also participated in a press room earlier in the day.
Look, we rarely need an excuse to post about the honest-to-gods delight that is Gillian Anderson. But American Gods just gave us a damn good reason to do so anyway.
That was the pervasive sentiment of the American Gods panel at Comic-Con yesterday, summed up by Neil Gaiman himself: “As a general rule, if you loved it in the book, it is probably going to end up on your screen.”
We’ve had oodles of perfect casting announcements, we’ve had some delectable teaser images, and now, it’s finally here: our first look at Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, brought to life.
“I’m really excited to be reunited with my Bryan Fuller,” said Kristin Chenoweth, walking out to a rapturous applause at the American Gods panel.
As we count the seconds until Ash vs Evil Dead returns in October, we can gaze upon this first image of Ash’s father, played by Lee Majors. The actor is best-known for his role as the bionic superspy on 1970s TV juggernaut The Six Million Dollar Man, and though he’s now almost 80, he still looks more than ready to…
Season two of Ash vs Evil Dead is taking our hero back to Elk Grove, Michigan. And since his home state is where all his troubles started, you could say that Ash isn’t exactly happy to be going back. Especially since it interrupts his partying in Jacksonville.
How do you make a show in which the audience already knows everything that’s going to happen in it? That’s the challenge Outlander seems to have set for itself, and it’s one it’s met with shocking skill.
The boomstick, the chainsaw, gushing guts galore, a puppet, and a mechanical bull—all have their very brief moments in this tantalizingly quick teaser for Ash vs Evil Dead’s second season, which comes on the heels of last week’s new image from the show. (That’s another new one, above.)
There has been a crazy amount of secrecy surrounding the debut of the adult versions of Brianna Randall (Sophie Skelton) and Roger Wakefield (Richard Rankin) on Outlander. And now, thanks to Entertainment Weekly, we’ve finally got a picture.
We’ve been hearing about American Gods’ excellent casting choices for a while now, but now we can see a few of them in action—new images have been released giving us our first look at Mr. Wednesday, Shadow Moon, and a memorable location from the book to boot.
The second season of Outlander has had a very different feeling to season one, with politics and time travel shenanigans taking up much more of the story than before. But what’s been so remarkable was how it’s sustained momentum despite having told us exactly how everything will end.
The TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods has added another star to its roster: Gillian Anderson. This isn’t the most shocking news ever, since Anderson previously worked with American Gods executive producer Bryan Fuller on the late, great Hannibal. But it is awesome news, because GILLAN ANDERSON!
Ever since it was confirmed that Outlander’s second season would follow the plot of the second book in Diana Gabaldon’s series, all fans have cared about is who would be playing Brianna. We finally have our answer in Sophie Skelton, a relative newcomer with credits in Doctors and Foyle’s War.
The Starz TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s award-winning fantasy novel American Gods just cast its lead, Shadow Moon: English actor Ricky Whittle, who’s probably best-known as Lincoln on The 100.
Ash vs Evil Dead ends its glorious first season on Saturday night. Prep yourself for maximum season-finale enjoyment with Starz’ mini-marathon, which will air three episodes a night tonight, tomorrow, and Wednesday leading up to the big finish (preview below)—which looks blood-soaked and absolutely bonkers.
Merry early Christmas, Ash vs Evil Dead fans! In this delightful clip from episode nine, “Bound in the Flesh,” Ash, Kelly, and Pablo take a quick porch meeting to strategize. At stake: protecting the fates of those apple-cheeked young backpackers, who’re otherwise destined for the “night train to Kill-a-delphia.”
We’ve made no secret of our slobbering love for Ash vs Evil Dead, which has just three episodes left in its kick-ass first season. What will we do between January 2 and whenever season two starts? Well, we’ll binge-watch season one a lot ... and ponder all the reasons why it’s so freaking enjoyable.
In a teaser that’s less than a minute long, Outlander shows our heroine ditching the rustic wools of Scotland for the lush silks of France. Also, Claire is super pregnant in one of the scenes.
Every morning when I wake up, I thank the deities I do not believe in that somehow the Ash Vs. Evil Dead TV series is actually a thing that’s happening, and that it looks so damn good despite it being more than 20 years since Army of Darkness premiered. This brief but excellent new trailer has only increased my…